Lewis, 1688–1744, English author.
Also The·o·bold [thee-uh-bohld]. /ˈθi əˌboʊld/. a male given name.
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How to use Theobald in a sentence
The experience helped Theobald figure out how to structure her non-profit to maximize success.Kid of the Year Finalist Jenell Theobald, 15, Fights For Mental Healthcare | Angela Haupt | December 23, 2021 | Time
Theobald, 15, who was diagnosed with high-functioning autism when she was 5, always felt “different” from her peers.Kid of the Year Finalist Jenell Theobald, 15, Fights For Mental Healthcare | Angela Haupt | December 23, 2021 | Time
Theobald told ProPublica she believes that, at times, men and women lie in custody cases.He Beat Her Repeatedly. Family Court Tried to Give Him Joint Custody of Their Children. | by Megan O’Matz | September 16, 2021 | ProPublica
Pedantic, unimaginative and presumptuous, Theobald was the logical choice for a Dunce King in 1728.A Letter from Mr. Cibber to Mr. Pope | Colley Cibber
If Hadria met Professor Theobald in her rambles, she always cut short her intended walk.
“We live too fast; we are too much troubled about outward things—cooks and dressmakers, Mrs. Temperley,” said Professor Theobald.
“I certainly shall not be absent from the next meeting,” announced Theobald, with a glance at Hadria.
Professor Theobald looked furtively round, as if seeking some one, or watching the effect of his conduct on Mrs. Temperley.